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Flip vs. Tilt

I’ve been following with interest discussions around the concept of flipped learning.  Flipped classrooms were named after a paper published in 2000 (so not entirely new) by Lage, Platt and Treglia where the authors sought to encourage students to learn by doing by giving them access to learning materials before they entered the classroom. 751 more words


So...You're Interested in Flipped Classrooms - What About Flipped Meetings?

I’ve been toying with how to flip grade level meetings and others to make the information more accessible to my teachers. The link below from Kelly Walsh, founder of EnergingEdTech.com, shares strategies for including quizzes questions in videos which is helpful for flipped classrooms but I think it’s a great place to begin thinking about flipped professional development and meetings. 41 more words

Educational Leadership

Some Reflections on Flipped Classrooms for Children's Ministry/Christian Education

I’ve read Flip Your Classroom by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams and I’ve chatted with some children’s ministry friends. This is my third post about Flipped Classrooms. 1,602 more words

Children's Ministry

The Flipped Classrooms - thoughts for kids' ministry

In my first post about Flipped Classrooms I reviewed the excellent book Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams. 695 more words

Children's Ministry